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Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen pulls some votes from Biden and Trump, calls election a ‘wake-up call’
GREENVILLE, S.C. – Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen spent Tuesday night at her election watch party in Dallas. By Thursday, she was back on Clemson University’s campus to teach
Yet the Libertarian presidential nominee is still not being polled in one-third of the country, including states that are historically friendly to third-party candidates. Read
Professor Jo Jorgensen of South Carolina, the U.S. Libertarian Party‘s 2020 presidential nominee, answered some questions about her campaign from Wikinews accredited reporter William S. Saturn. Click here for full article.
The Street, MishTalk, Oct 27 2020 Trump is clueless about trade. His tariffs are a disaster. It’s time for a change. Jo Jorgensen on Trade
Dr. Jo Jorgensen is the third most popular candidate in the 2020 U.S. election, following Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
As part of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden regularly frequent mass media headlines across the world.
Less portrayed, however – for now – is Dr. Jo Jorgensen, the third most-popular presidential candidate, who also happens to be ancestrally Scandinavian.
The Libertarian Party presidential candidate makes her case for why a third party is needed to bring the troops home. Click here for the article
by Jo Jorgensen | October 28, 2020 12:30 AM
A common charge leveled against libertarians is that we are utopians whose ideas may seem good in theory but don’t work in the real world. But this is precisely backward. The true wild-eyed utopians of American politics are the Republicans and Democrats, who think they can just keep on running up spending and debt without endangering the economy.
The Libertarian Party 2020 presidential nominee shares her plan to drive health care costs down Watch her Fox News Appearance.
Washington Times notes pollster Zogby ‘irked’ that that Libertarian hopeful Jo Jorgensen is not getting much traction in the press
Veteran pollster John Zogby makes it a fierce point to poll voters on third-party or lesser known candidates. He is particularly irked that Libertarian hopeful Jo Jorgensen is not getting much traction in the press.
Zogby Analytics will always include third parties in our polls. It’s a shame when you have a respected, intelligent woman as a party nominee, and the mainstream media is pretending she doesn’t exist. Now who is sexist?” asks Mr. Zogby.
“Don’t give us that business that voting for a third party is a vote for Trump or Biden. So if you don’t fall in line with the duopoly you don’t have a voice? That’s not what the founders’ of our republic and constitution ever intended to happen.
How Not to Squander Your Vote By Jeff Jacoby Globe Columnist,Updated October 3, 2020 Four years ago, when the Democratic and Republican parties nominated for president two
ERIC BOEHM | 10.2.2020 9:50 AM REASON MEDIA “If it were me, I would certainly put my nominee forth,” Jorgensen says. Partisan bickering over the confirmation process